Acta Universitatis Danubius. Juridica, Vol 14, No 1 (2018)

Legal Changes about Administrative Contracts in Republic of Kosovo

Egzon Doli


Legal arrangement of administrative contracts in the Republic of Kosovo represents a novelty of the administrative procedure and law in general. An administrative contract is considered any contract-agreement in which at least one contracting party is a public authority, through which it is constituted or amended a certain legal-administrative relation. Since the work volume of administration is extremely wide, an important part of which constitute the administrative contracts, then in addition to deserving to be in the scope of attention by the legislators, a necessity arises for them to be part of treatment even by the very legal-administrative doctrine. The goal of treatment of this topic in this work is the explanation and analysis of novelties of the Law no. 05/L-031 on the General Administrative Procedure (LGAP) of the Republic of Kosovo, regarding the administrative contracts. Also, this publication through empiric and comparative aspects makes efforts to put into the light if the administrative contracts promoted by the new legislation of the administrative procedure in Kosovo have an impact on the protection of procedural freedoms and rights of the parties and on decrease of illegality of administration during its work.


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